- Need to read Jonathan Hill’s (EU Commissioner for Financial Services) latest speech on Capital Markets Union?
- Looking for the recent report on “A Digital Single market Strategy for Europe” or the European Investment Bank’s “Investment Plan for Europe”?
- Or the latest info on the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership?
- Need detailed comparative data of inflation rates across EU countries (Harmonised Indices of Consumer prices)?
The European Union has many divisions and websites for the Parliament, Councils, Commissions, Bank, Courts – it can difficult to navigate. However there are two key resources which could help you:
EUROPEAN SOURCES ONLINE
European Sources Online (ESO) is an online database which provides access to information on the institutions and activities of the European Union, the countries, regions and other international organisations of Europe, and on the issues of importance to European citizens and stakeholders. ESO provides access to thousands of expertly selected websites, documents and publications from the EU and other international organisations, national governments, think tanks, stakeholder organisations, working papers etc., full text articles from Financial Times and European Voice, plus bibliographic records to key academic textbooks and periodical articles, and a series of Information Guides compiled by the ESO Editorial Team. Updated daily. Link to our Guide.
Eurostat is the Statistical Office of the European Communities in Luxembourg. Eurostat gathers data from the official statistical agencies in EU member countries. It then has to ensure that the data is harmonized so that meaningful comparisons can be made across several countries. Eurostat covers all subjects especially business, economics, finance.